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f^HE MERIT STORE” PERTH AMBOY. N. J.>
‘ SLIGHTLY MUSSED ’
Dresses for Girls
$3.98
Values From $7.00 to $15.00
In Broken Sizes
' One tubbing ami they will be as dainty
as the day we received them—surely the
little washing they need is worth from
$3.00 to $11.00 to you—don't you think
80?
Made of white and colored organdie,
with lovely dots, some are ruffled, while
others are trimmed with shirring and r
embroidery.
ANOTHER BIG OPPORTUNITY
10 Yards Long Cloth $1.39
Who could taking advantage of a good reduc
tion—especially when it happens to be long cloth—thrifty
women will, “stock up” 10 or more yards.
Interesting Cuts
In the Price of
MEN'S WEAR
Munsingwear Union
Suits, 98c to $1.59
Everybody is acquainted
with tli is famous make;
every piece is from our reg
ular stock, an exceptionally
good value.
Munsingwear Athletic
Suits, 89c to $1.59
Made of fine quality cross
bar nainsook: made to fit;
they make men and boys of
all proportions perfectly
comfortable.
Soft Shirts
Collar attached; only 99c
Here is a good shirt; r.eat
looking, comfortable, but not
expensive; you wouldn’t
want anything better, ex
cept for special occasions;
look ’em over; in white and
tan.
Very Good Socks, 35c a pair
3 Pair for $1.00
Extra good quality lisle
socks—a good make, in grey,
white, black, brown, navy;
^jnadc to stand much hard
wear.
■- , —
The Season s
LOVELY TRIMMINGS
There could hardly exist
an idea in clever trimming
that we could not furnish;
everything that would add a
touch of smartness, to any
frock is included in our
stock.
Trimming Braid
10c to 39c a yard
Silks, soutache braids, silk
rick-rack, narrow fringing,
silk looping. Persian plaids,
in plain and color combina
tions.
Persian Braiding
To 49 in. wide $1.98 to
$5.98 a yard.
Soutache Braid
23c for a bolt of 12 yards.
In all colors; also pig-tail
and rat-tail braiding and
ribbonzine narrow braid.
Fringes, 69c to $1.75.
From 2 to 12 inches wide.
All-Over Lace $1.89 to $2.39
Venetian Lace and Cream
Net Flouncing $2.25 to $4.98
White only, some embroid
ered, some in ruffles.
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. EXITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
DISTRK T OE NEW JERSEY
IX BANKRUPTCY
In The Matter of
♦forrls A. Brody and Louis Hevzln. Ind
and trading as Dublin Furniture llous-.
Bankrupts.
To the creditors of Morris A. Brody ant
Louis Revzin. Ind. and trading as Dublit
Furniture House, in the City of Pert!
Amboy. County of Middlesex und Dlstric
aforesaid, bankrupts
«' Notice is hereby given that on the firs
day of May 1925. the said bankrupts flle«
their petition herein praying that their of
fer of composition be confirmed, and tha
ri hearing will be had upon th® Mill'
•efor® the Ylonorable Judc*-» of th® Unitet
Stales District Court. In Newark, on Mon
day. May 15. 1922. at 10:30 A. M.. a
which time and place all creditors an«
other person in Interest may appear ant
%how cause, if any they have, why th
prayer of the said petition should not b<
granted, and also to attend the exauiina
U<>n of the bankrupt* thereon.
Dated. May 2. 1922.
ADRIAN LYON.
•13374—5-2-It Referee In Bankruptcy.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Math Hansen, executor of Karen Nelson
deceased, by direction of the Surrogate o
rh® County of Middlesex, hereby glv<
rot ice to th® creditors of the said Karri
Nelson to bring in their debts, demand
and claims against the estate of the *ai<
deceased, under oath or affirmation, with
in six months from this date or they will
be forever barred of any action therefor
against the said executor.
Dated May 2, 1922.
MATH HANSEN.
Executor.
13573—3-3-10-17-24-31—6-7-14-21-38_
IN CHAN CRB) or NEW JERSEY
To MART MOLNAR:
By virtue of an order of the Court of
Chancery of New Jersey, made on the
day of the date hereof, and in a certain
cause wherein Ueorge Molnar is petitioner,
and you are defendant, you sre required
to appear, and plead, answer or demur »o
1 petitioner’s petition on or before the 16th
day of June next. or. in default thereof,
such decree will be taken against you as
the Chancellor shall think equitable and
just.
The object of said suit Is to cb’ain n
decree of divorce, dissolving c'n*» marriage
between you and the said petit lover.
Dated April 15. 1922.
DEO S. LOWENKOPF,
Solicitor of Petitioner.
175 Smith Street,
Perth Amboy, N. J.
13122—4-l9-4t oew Wed.
THE COMMERCIAL PRESS
PRINTERS
'lift New Brunswick Ave. rhone 1353
Perth Amboy. N. J.
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f 1
Can YouDrive Your Car Over Spikes
WITHOUT GETTING A PUNCTURE?
You CAN With LEE Puncture Proof Tires
—SEE THE DEMONSTRATION—
A 2-ton truck equipped with LEE PUNCTURE-PROOF
TIRES is coming to this City. It will be driven over boards
covered with pointed spikes. A demonstrator will explain
why the tires perform this startling feat.
MELBOURN & RITTER
Auto Supplies
The Line Complete
77 SMITH STREET
We Have These Tires For Sale In All Sizes
PERSONAL LOANS PROMPTLY MADE
IB Perth Amboy and vicinity on household goods, pianos end all personal
property without removal at the Interest rate provided by "N. J. Egan Law
of 1914" and no other charge
I It M Tea Monthly Payments of I 1 59 and Three Per Cent. Interest
go 00 Ten Monthly Paymenta of 5.00 and Throe Per Cent. Interest
75 og Ten Monthly Payments of 7.60 and Three Per Cent. Interest
109 0# Ten Monthly Payments of 10 00 and Three Per Cent. Interest
151 || Ten Monthly Payments of 16.00 red Three Per Cent. Interest
Other amounts np to *300.00 with privilege of settling principal any lime
and paying Interest only tor period rnongv te kept. Loans also taken up from
-“-or eoneorne without coat By a reliable company that transacts business OOn
ntlally and Is supervised by 'he New Jersey Banking Department.
MUTUAL FINANCE COMPANY, INC.
BUILDING. 3rd Floor. 17S 'MlTH ST.. PERTH AMBOT, X. *.
r. G. BLANCHE, Maoager
cmr Ai>vr.*yi»BrwT
as oiinimci
To unthorl.. th. h..n.tK^ «f *->"2" '• **?
•mm of Twelve thousand (•!!.»«*•> dol
lars to pm the east of maehlnerv nn«i
equipment for the street and eewee de
II K* cTTm D A IN ED BY TIIK CITY OF
PERTH AMBOY.
Section 1.—That for the purpose of pav
ing the cost of machinery and equipment
for the street and sewer department of
the City of Perth Amboy, the purchase of
which waa heretofore authorised by oral
h«nc- P.M..1 April IT. 1*«. Ih«t Ih.i. b.
issued pursuant to Chapter 2e3 of the Ians
of 1»16. aa amended, bonds of the City of
Perth Amboy to be known as General Itn
provt ment Bond* In the sum of Twelve
Thousand <111.000» Dollars. .... .
Section 2.—The said Ponds shall b* In
such form and denomination and payabl*
principal and interest in such medium find
at aueh time and place and boar U»t*r?at
at such rate as may be provided b% reso
lution of the council, shall be signed by
the Mayor and Treasurer, attested by the
City Clerk under the seal of the City and
if coupons for the payment of interest be
attached, they shall be executed by th.
facsimile signature of the City Treasurer
Section 3.—The Council of th# City of
P.rth Amboy hereby determine# and de
<a) That the average provable pernu
of usefulness of the said apparatus la ten
M*b* That the average assessed valua
tion of the taxable real property flnclud
ing improvements) of the said City. •*om
puted upon tha next preceding three values
thereof, in the manner provided In See-ion
12. of Chapter 252 of the Law# of 191ft.
as amended is I23.203.3OS.00.
(c> That the net debt of the <. Itv or
Perth Amboy computed in the mann r pro
vided in said Section 12. is 91.59*. *99 *4»
<b> That the annual and supplemental
debt statement required by the said See
• ion 12 have been made and f.lcd aa lucre-1
in required. . .. . , , . ,
Section 4.—That there shall be levied In
each year, while an> of the said bonds
shall be outstanding In the same manner
and at the same time aa Other taxes, a
tax upon all the taxable property **f the
said City, sufficient to produce the amount
of principal and interest to mature in the
succeeding year. .- . „
Section 5.—Said bonds shall bo sola nj
the city Treasurer, in accordance with
the statute; said Treasurer shall have
power to tlx the necessary details.
Section ft.—This ordinance aha!l take ef
fect upon Its publication aa provided by
Section 2 of Chapter 232 of rh- Laws of
191ft. as amended, ami ‘.hr City Cl* rk
shall have power to select the newspaper
in which it shall -be published and to spe
cify the date after which ih-r bonds shall
bo Issued and delivered.
The foregoing ordinance was Introduce 1
and pasooil on first reading at the meeting
of th*- Council of the City of Perth Ambov.
held May 1, 1922. and will oe tak.m up for
second and third readings and f.nnl pas
sages at the meeting of the Council to be
held Mav IS, 1922. in the Council Cham
ber. City Hall. Perth Amboy. N. J.
Hated. May 3. 1922.
A. E. GRAHAM.
13563—5-3-12 City Cteik.
m.. ~ mi
I THE NEW 1
CHANDLER
SIX
Advanced
Design Insures
Long Life
NOW
*1595
i
I'KRTH AMBOY ji
GARAGE CO.
2S3 Madison Avenue ji
KThe Chandler Motor Car Co.
Frtea F. O. B. Factory n«rcl«nH
EXCURSIONS
Sunday*, May 7 A 21, June 4
Atlantic City
Leave Perth 1
Amboy 7.34 A. M.
Leave Atlantic
I City 6.15 P. M. !
Eastern Standard Time Shown
New Jersey Central
Medical Laboratory
CLINICAL EXAMINATIONS
Blood, Urine, Sputum, Tests, etc.
322 SMITH ST. TEL. 425-M
I
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Get At/ro
Insurance
It enables you to sleep
nights and gives you a
chance to get all the
wholesome pleasure and
the business usefulness
you expect out of your
automobile. The insurer
takes the worry. Tele
phone now.
FRASER BROS.
210 Smith St.
% .
j» .'VAr,
Builders' Directory
architects
John Noble Pierson & Sons
ARCHITECTS
Designs for all type* of Building*
l Raritan Building. Perth J mboy. N. J.
I Phona 1121
LOUIS P. BOOZ
CIVIL BNOINKBR
AM) RCRVKVOR
_|R SMITH STREET
BOILERMAKERS__
F. B. OVERTON
Welders and Boilermaker*
In All Branches
No Job Too Big or Too Small
"HI ki\c; ST. raOHB nv
_CARPEN HERS_
FRED CHRISTENSEN
CONSTRUCTION CO
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS
Office anil Shop: Sl» Madison Aiet.ua
Eetlmatea Cheerfully Eurnlehod
RAY Z. LAMBERTSON
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
.lobbing Promptly Attended to
M Washington 8t. Perth Amboy I51S-H
B. OILMAN
UARPENTER BUILDER AND
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
**» WATSON AVE. TEL. S01I-II
DIGGING—TRUCKING
GRAHAM & McKEON
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
Eiraratlng. Grading. Elr.. Sand. Grarel
Broken Stone. Carting. Etc.
319 OAK STREET
MUNOZ WAREHOUSE 00.
STORAGE AND TRUCKING
536-3311 SHERIDAN 8T.
niONE 469
_ELECTRICIANS_
J. B. KUBINAK
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
69 GORDON ST. PHONE 1464
TERTH AMBOT. N. J.
AV1RE ME, AND I’LL WIRE YOU
1997
JOHN MARTIN
GENERAL ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR
M BRIGHTON AVE.. PERTH AMBOI
K. L. 8CIII CK
Electrical Contractor
Motors and Generators Installed snd re
paired. line construction and interior wir
ing. Shop and Residence. 449 Compton
Ave. Tel. HIT.
FLOOR SURFACING
FLOOR SURFACING OF ALL KINDS
OLD OR NEW FLOORS
J. SUNDQUIST
Telephone 1335-.I Ford*. New Jemejr
ANDREW DUDIC8
OLD AND NEW FLOOR SURFACING
Make. Your Old Floor I.ook Llko New
All Work rromptb Done
TEL. 5108-M FORDS. N. J.
D. DIAMOND
GLASS CONTRACTOR
Polished. Plate and Window Glaee
226-230 New Brunswick Ave. Phone 1539
PERTU AMBOY *G LA88~ WORKS
Polished. Plate and Colored Glaee
Mirrors and Table Tope
Wlndshlelde a Specialty
186 New Brunswick Ave., Opp. City Scales
Phone 2173
HOUSE MOVER
JOHN H. M1LJES
HOUSE MOVER
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
Concrete. Brick A Frame Buildings Moved
458 NEVILLE 8T. TEL. 1443
lumber" ~
IRA R. CROUSE
LUMBER AND BUILDING
MATERIAL
SEWER PIPES
480-500 DIVISION STREET.
PERTH AMBOT, N. J.
Phones 2094 and 2095
MASONS ==
T. F. HENDERSON A SON
MASON CONTRACTORS
Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Cement
>Vork. Sidewalks a Specialty
Estlmatea Furnished
226 STATE ST. PHONE 461
CARL 0. CHRISTENSEN
MA80N AND CONTRACTOR
All Kinds of Cement Work A Specialty
Telephone 442
Corner State and Paterson Streets
GREISEN & THOMPSON
MASONS AND BUILDERS
H. Grelsen. Room 413, Raritan Building
Phone 1646. Res. Metuchen. Phone 292-W
W. H. Thompson. Long Branch. Tel. 981-J
A R. A OVERGAARD
Mason and General Contractor
Tel. 752-M. Fords. N J.
Next to Postoffice
ROBERT R. BOZZA
ucnrrdi i.uiiuiiik tunirnnor
Mason and Carpenter—Repair Work
A Specialty
82 BROAD 8T. THOSE S13-H
Perth Amboy. N. J.
PLUMBING
GEORGE W. STILLWELL
PLUMBING AND HEATING
287 KING STREET
Phone 771 Perth Amboy. N. J
ROOFERS—SUPPLIES
JAS. A. SMITH & SON
27! McClellan street
Rear Majestic Theatre
l’hone 2330 Perth Amboy, X. J
DEALERS AND SHIPPERS OF
ASPHALT ROOFING AND SHINGLE
ONE PROFIT PLAN
Factory Direct to Yoo
' CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN
ROOFING CONTRACTOR
Slate. 81a* and Tin Roofin*
379 SAYRE AVR. PHONE 548-]
PERTH AMBOY, N. J.
STONEWORK
D. J. WILLIAMS
MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENT
309-311 New Brunswick Av».
PERTH AMBOY. N J
HEADSTONES LOT ENCLOSURE
EUGENE BOROS
MONUMENTAL WORKS
Monuments, Headstones, Etc.
Corner Amboy Are. and Barclay Strss
Telephone 1813 Perth Amboy. N. J.
Perth Amboy Bluestone Co.
OFFICE 97 GORDON 8T.
CUT STONE, FLAGGING AND CURBIN'
PHONES 344-J AND 339
SHEET^METAL
A. B. MASON
3kyll*ht, Metal Cellln*. PI pel ess Purnaf
and General Sheet Metal Work
99 JEFFERSON 8T.TEL. 81
A H. KOYEN
—Dealer in Ail Kinds of—
Mason Material,. Sewer Pipes,
Cement
I.FHK.H COAL
581-87 SAYBE AVE.
Stone, All Shape*
flBOKE 1878 . RES. 558
EYES EXAMINED
! Headache* Relieved by Properly Fltt«.«1
i Glass. lenses Ground on Hie Premise#
I. MI>N-Optlral Specialist
87'a Smith Street
i _
| LOUIS DUBOIS WATSON
233 RECTOR STREET
■ Tel. 217-R Perth Amboy. N. J.
NOTARY PUBLIC
Applications for Soldier Bonus. Civil
War. Spanish-American Veteran and Wid
ows Pensions a specially
Open Every Evening from 7 to S P. U.
AMERICAN AUTOMOBILE
LAUNDRY
CARS WASHED AND POI.ISHED
By Experienced Washers
Called For and Delivered
147 .Tefferson Street
I.. FREEMAN. PROP
PERTH AJUUOY. N. J.
FORD COMMERCIAL
BODIES
I Perth Amboy Auto Ikxly, Co., Inc
"Strong Built” i
In Stock. Price* Very
Reasonable.
PAINTING, BODY BITILDING,
GENERAL. BODY REPAIRING
Also
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
893 STATE ST.
PERTH AMBOY. N. J.
! PHONE 1501
V.. ....J
FIFTEEN YEARS
Experience examining eyes
for glasses in Middlesex
County—no drops or drugs
used—Good glasses, if need
cd—arc $4.00 or more—de
pending upon frame selected
and lenses required.
HOURS—2 TO 8 P. M. Daily
ATWOOD
Man I
167 Smith St., Perth Amboy
The essential duty of the
lungs is to provide the body
with fresh air. When lungs
become impaired it is certain
that their troubles must be
remedied by the surest methods.
Chiropractic methods are sure.
We succeed where others fall
Dr.O. H.Buchanan
Chiropractor
309 MADISON AVE.
Rooms 7-8. Tel. 2345
MODERN
DENTISTRY
Gentle treatment as shown by
modern scientific METHODS
makes it possible to retain both
youth and beauty with natural
i looking teeth, built for lasting
service.
DR. D. I. MOSS
SURGEON DENTIST.
139 Smith Stieet
Over Paris Restaurant.
Phone 1778
Hours—> A. M. to 8:30 P. M.
Examinations without charge
Miss White nurse in attendance;
all languages spoken.
LADIES ATTENTION
A graduated and registered
Lady Doctor of Dental Surgery
la ready to take care of your
tooth troublea
t
MEN’S CLOTHING
of Quality
i at a Saving of
$5.00 to $10.00
on a Suit
' L STEEN
130 Fayette St.
Just Off State Street
IT0NIC
A very pleasant and efficient
5 aid in the treatment of Coughs.
Colds and general run-down
condition is our Wine Extract
of Cod Liver, which is the com
bination of good wsr.e, wild
Cherry, Hypophosphttcs, Malt
• and Extract of Cod Liver. Its
nutritive property makes it a
s splendid tonic, especially at this
; time of the year.
*1.00 A BOTTLE, at the
City Pharmacy
THE HOME DRUG STORE
285 SMITH ST. COR. OAK
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Most Astonishing Value
of the Year
I^t^HE low price of the new Cleveland Six is all jjl
JL the more remarkable when its new style and U
smartness are considered. Yet they are only a ll
small part of its extraordinary value. |i
It is one of the few really new 9
and stylish cars of the year I
In every feature of the chassis, engineering skill has K
incorporated some improvement, some additional precision, ■
some new assurance of greater efficiency, that make this B
latest Cleveland Six an unexpectedly fine car. B
In the powerful, silent motor such features as silent B
chain drive, straight line manifold, double-valve springs, ■
roller-lifters, wick lubrication of rocker arms, are exclusive ■
or only found in much higher priced cars. W
This new Cleveland gives all the power, speed and il
riding comfort of far more expensive cars—and in economy, ■
there is no comparison. |B
PERTH AMBOY GARAGE CO. J|
i 283 Madison Avenue la
|\ CLEVELAND AUTOMOBILE COMPANY, CLEVELAND Jm
CLEVELAND SIX
LOCKSMITH
Locksmith and General Repair Shop
Lawn Mowers Resharpened
Baby Carriages Repaired and Retired
D. 1IEKOFF, 306 HIGH ST.
Corner Smith
GEORGE H. THOMPSON
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
87 LEWIS ST. PHONE 1409-W
CABLE CHARGES ONLY *Y
SO CENTS
On money remittances to j
Hungary and Czecho-Slova
kia. Orders guaranteed to '
be executed in three days.
We Also Make Cash U. S.
Dollar Payments
In Hungary, Czecho-Slo- ;
vakia, Jugo-51avia, Roumaa
ia, Austria and Poland.
LOUIS CSIPO, BANKER
477 State St., City
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The C. & S. Co.
Carl C. Christensen & Sons
SEAMAN STREET
Wholesale and retail dealers
in all kinds of Mason’s
Materials
Sheetrock Wall Boards
Anty-Hydro Waterproofing
! Metal Lath, Roofing, Sewer
Pipe
COAL
PriceB Right, Prompt
Service
! Tel. 1440
i
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Money Deposited In Our Interest
Department On Or Before May
3rd Draws Interest From May 1st
.AT.
4%
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Perth Amboy, N. J.
Under the Supervision of the United States Government
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LUMBER
GOOD PEOPLE
TO DEAL
WITH
TREAT
YOU RIGHT
NO TRANSACTION' IS CONSIDERED COMPLETE UNTIL EN
TIRE SATISFACTION HAS BEEN GIVEN
BOYNTON
LUMBER CO. 1
SEW AREN, N. J. FHOHE 860 WOODBMDG* g
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PERTH AMBOY
HARDWARE CO.
Wholesale
Factory, Plumbers’, Contractors’
Supplies.
Largest Supply House In
Central Jersey
2100—2101—2102:
Night Calls:
765W, 526J, 40M, 1839R, 1319
“P. A. Hardware tor Service.”
I J
Health
Katz’s Stomach
Regulator
is a preparation which we can
conscientiously recommend for
the relief of Constipation. Dys
pepsia, Indigestion. Heartburn,
and Catarrh of the Stomach;
75c and $1.25 a bottle. Made
and sold by the
City Pharmacy
INCORPORATED
THE HOME DRUG STORE
2*5 SMITH ST. CORNER OAK
^ < imi" .1j'Ki i 1 1 ■
RECTOR STREET GARAGE
For Auto Repairs
PBON B—D A1 M
NIGHT—***- WOODBBIDGE
Either CeaMRlal or Pleasure
J. J. LOMAX. Pro*.
Conor Merkrt sod Beetor Sts.
• ItsMwr Burnet *t_ Ateael
> Can aad Track*
i • -r‘ s .*'1. V." ' '? J.
j FELDMAN'S KOSHER MEAT
MARKET
139 Fmjette Street
BEST NEW YORK KOSHER MEAV
A Found, 26c.

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